Rock Band developer Harmonix announces musical shooter to Chroma




Harmonix, the studio behind include Rock Band, Guitar Hero and Dance Central, is a free-to-play multiplayer shooter where music plays a role. The game will be released later this year, but those interested can register for the closed beta.

Besides that Harmonix is the first time a first-person shooter, it is also a free-to-play title, reports include Joystiq. The game is now in the alpha phase, but can already invested ters were to register for the closed test. Because it is the first fps of Harmonix, the studio has enlisted the help of developer Hidden Path Entertainment, known among other Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

The game is in many ways similar to other shooters, with emphasis on the music. For example, firearms and powerful moves faster when the player in the music the right keys. For example, the sniper in the game can make a one hit kill if he redeems a shot right on the downbeat. At the time of such a downbeat make a jump, resulting in a higher jump. Also the shape of the landscape depends on the music.

The game should be released on Steam in 2014. Harmonix says that the micro-transactions will be in the game may be impaired. The pay to win variant Only cosmetic upgrades cost money, reports GameSpot .


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